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Abstract

Hydrocarbon reservoirs may often be found in rocks which have quite variable degrees of velocity anisotropy. For example, marine shales may be much more anisotropic than the porous sands associated with them. It follows that anisotropic inversion methods present opportunities for adding useful information, and for preventing image mispositioning due to an overly simplified velocity model.

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1991-05-28
2020-07-06
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